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    Chakraborty C., Ray R. National Master Plan-India for Drug Abuse Control. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. New Delhi: Government of India; 1994. Report submitted to the Government of India.
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    Mohan D., Sharma H. K., Sundaram K. R. Patterns and prevalence of opium use in rural Punjab. Bull Narc 1979; 2: 4546.
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    Sundaram K. R., Mohan D., Advani G. B., Sharma H. K., Bajaj J. S. Alcohol abuse in a rural community in India. Part-I Epidemiological study. Drug Alcohol Depend 1984; 14: 2736.
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    Mohan D., Chopra A., Ray R., Sethi H. Alcohol consumption patterns in India: a cross sectional study. In: Demers A. , Room R. , Bourgault C. , editors. Surveys of Drinking Patterns and Problems in Seven Developing Countries, Geneva: World Health Organization; 2001, p. 103114.
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    Mohan D., Thomas M. G., Prabhu G. G. Pattern and prevalence of drug abuse in Delhi school children. Ind J Psychiatry 1978; 20: 2024.
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    Mohan D., Prabhakar A. K., Sharma P. N. Prevalence and pattern of drug abuse among Delhi university students. Ind J Med Res 1976; 4: 627630.
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    Adityanjee, Wig N. N. Alcohol-related problems in the emergency room of an Indian general hospital. Aust N Z J Psychiatry 1989; 23: 274278.
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    Ray R., Mohan D., Prabhu G. G., Nath L. M., Neki J. S. Psychosocial correlates of chronic cannabis use. Drug Alcohol Depend 1978; 3: 235–41.
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    Ray R., Prabhu G. G., Mohan D., Nath L. M., Neki J. S. The association between chronic cannabis abuse and cognitive functions. Drug Alcohol Depend 1978; 3: 365–8.
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    Adityanjee, Mohan D., Saxena S. Heroin dependence. Experience of a de-addiction unit in a general hospital. Ind J Psychiatry 1984; 28: 8788.
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    Yadav D., Dhawan A., Balhara Y. P. S., Yadav S. Occupational rehabilitation of opiate users on maintenance treatment in India: a microcredit-based approach. J Soc Work Pract Add 2010; 10: 413422.
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    Pal H. R., Jena R., Yadav D. Validation of the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) in urban community outreach and de-addiction center samples in north India. J Stud Alcohol 2004; 65: 794800.
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    WHO ASSIST Working Group, The Alcohol, Smoking and Substance Involvement Screening Test (ASSIST): development, reliability and feasibility. Addiction 2002; 97: 11831194.
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    Ray R. The Extent, Pattern and Trends of Drug Abuse in India, National Survey. Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Regional Office for South Asia, 2004. Available at: (accessed 31 August 2012; archived by WebCite® at
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    Mohan D., Dhawan A., Chopra A., Sethi H. A 24 week outcome following buprenorphine maintenance among opiate users in India. J Subst Use 2006; 11: 409415.
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    Ray R., Pal H., Kumar R., Maulick P., Mangla R. Post-marketing of surveillance of buprenorphine. Pharmacoepidemiol Drug Saf 2004; 13: 615619.
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    Dhawan A., Jain R., Chopra A. Opioid Substitution—Buprenorphine in India. New Delhi: UNODC (ROSA); 2009.
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    Ray R. Drug Abuse Monitoring System. 2007. Report submitted under WHO and Ministry of Health and family Welfare Collaborative programme (2006–07) (SE/06/226877 & SE/07/117746).
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    Jain R., Mukherjee K., Mohan D. Effects of nitric oxide synthase inhibitors in attenuating nicotine withdrawal in rats. Pharmacol Biochem Behav 2008; 88: 473480.
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    Jain R., Ray R. Blocking of enhanced sensitivity to behavioral effects of naloxone induced by narcotic agonists in rats. Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 2003; 47: 407414.
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    Ray R, editor. South Asia Drug Demand Reduction Report. New Delhi: UNDCP Regional Office for South Asia; 1998.